Community Engagement at WSSU

Young People Come Together to Learn How to Make a Difference

Recently WSSU Chancellor Elwood Robinson joined more than 600 youths from across the country to package more than 100,000 meals to help stop hunger here locally and in countries around the world.

Chancellor Robinson The youths were participants in the 61st Annual Lott Carey Seminar designed to empower young people to make a missionary impact worldwide.

Under the watchful eyes of Chancellor Robinson, the youthful and energetic packaged more than 100,000 dehydrated, high protein, and highly nutritious meals for local agencies and the hungry in developing countries around the world.  Locally, Second Harvest Food Bank of Northwest NC and Salvation Army of Winston-Salem each got 5,000 meals.  The other 90,000 meals were distributed
globally.

Including the District of Columbia, participants came from six states which included NC, NY, NJ, MD, PA, VA, a  for a week of serving, learning, worship and fellowship.

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